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Synonyms for bus

the topology of a network whose components are connected by a busbar

a car that is old and unreliable

send or move around by bus

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ride in a bus

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remove used dishes from the table in restaurants

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This comes as part of its efforts to broaden and upgrade the scope of the public bus network through integration of public buses with other transit means, such as the metro, tram and water transport, it added.
A statement said "the RTA is always keen to broaden and upgrade the scope of the public bus network. It takes relentless efforts to enhance the integration of public buses with other transit means, such as the metro, tram and water transport.
"ITC will increase the number of daily services offered as 147 bus trips will be added to the bus network on the main bridges connecting Abu Dhabi Island.
Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham this week laid out his landmark plans to bring the region's bus network under public control with a "London-style" franchising network.
"Our amendments to the Transport Bill will allow communities to wrestle control of their bus network away from big
"This PS1 million of funding will help us test four different models of demand responsive transport on the bus network with a view to taking what works into obtaining a much bigger prize - the development of a truly integrated public transport network that is there when people genuinely need it - for work, for play or to access important services.
He added: "If the public sector restored the investment it has already chosen to cut from buses, then it would help to maintain fares and the scope of the bus network across our region."
"Scottish Labour will create a bus network that is run in the interests of people, not profit hoarding private companies, and a network that encourages travel by public transport to tackle climate change."
Later, Dr Williams took to social media to criticise the metro mayor for "not even being in touch" with the government about sorting out the bus network.
"Effective bus networks can boost the local economy, improve traffic flow, reduce air pollution and help improve air quality.
"The fact is, Dublin's existing bus network is no longer fit for purpose, with commuters facing lengthy and inconsistent journey times on a daily basis.
WELSH Labour's neglect of the bus network in Wales over the past 20 years has left services in tatters: Since 2010, spending on bus service provision by the Welsh Government has fallen by over 20% and in 2015/16 alone, 53 separate bus services were reduced, altered or withdrawn.
Passenger volumes on Dubai's public bus network increased by 4.6% in H1 2016 compared with H1 2015, according to the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).